The first FDA approved 'accommodating'
Enjoying life to the fullest means being in contact
with your surroundings — and that requires constantly
changing focus to accommodate our everyday activities — at
far distances, at arms length or up close.
If you are interested in seeing your best without
glasses please contact Seibel Vision Surgery
so that we can evaluate the appropriateness
of the amazing CrystaLens for you. Together, we
can further discuss the benefits, risks and
costs. All of us at Seibel Vision Surgery strive to
provide the latest proven solutions to protect
and restore vision for you and your loved ones.
Presbyopia — the inability
Most people's vision remains stable until their
late 40's. At that time, the eye's natural
crystalline lens begins to gradually enlarge
and harden. Overtime, it becomes difficult for the
eye to automatically focus your lens on the people
and things in your life that matter most. This is known
as loss of accommodation, or presbyopia, and its earliest
symptom is difficulty seeing things
close-up without reading glasses.
The CrystaLens is the first
intraocular lens that provides accommodation.
What is the CrystaLens?
CrystaLens, which is a product of Bausch & Lomb, is the only FDA approved accommodating intraocular lens. Unlike the standard cataract replacement lenses, CrystaLens is designed to not only eliminate the patient's cataract but also give the patient a full range of vision so that the patient can see near, far and everywhere in between.
Many CrystaLens patients hardly if ever need
their glasses or contacts again.
We know that when many +55 patients find that they can reduce or eliminate
the need for glasses or contacts after CrystaLens surgery, they become very
interested in learning more about it.
The CrystaLens is an advanced focusing implantable
lens that can help you see clearly far away,
at arms length and up-close without being dependent
on glasses or contact lenses.
The CrystaLens is used to replace the natural lens when it has stiffened
and limited your ability to focus effectively, particularly when accompanied
by cataract formation . Limited focusing ability means that you gradually
lose the ability to see things at distance-at arms length or up close,
without using either reading glasses, bifocals, or trifocals.
- The first and only FDA approved accommodating intraocular
- The only lens that uses the natural focusing
ability of the eye
- The first lens to provide a single focal
point throughout a continuous range of vision
from far to near
What the CrystaLens
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